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A Modern-Design Oasis in a Pedigreed 1928 Manhattan Tower Architectural Digest July 15, 2019

Foster + Partners is working with local architect Bade Stageberg Cox in the creation of a new boathouse for Row NY. Architect's Newspaper June 25, 2019

Foster + Partners is working with local architect Bade Stageberg Cox in the creation of a new boathouse for Row NY. Architectural Digest June 25, 2019

BSC design ADAA's The Art Show AIA NY, In the News March 2019

Evergreenhouse, Sustainable burial ground concept, Art OMI, NY, The Architect's Newspaper February 2019

Casa de Sombra, Rollingwood, Texas Home, e-architect August 2018

Screen Saver, Dwell November 2017

"We enjoy the way the light dapples through," says Erik (the homeowner). "We didn't realize how great it was going to be."
(Photos by Whit Preston)

The "High and Low" Architecture of Bade Stageberg Cox, 1stdibs Introspective Magazine October 2017

"Serving clients ranging from needy nonprofits to Manhattan's annual Armory Show to affluent homeowners, the New York City–based triumvirate of Tim Bade, Jane Stageberg and Martin Cox has carved out a niche for itself creating smart solutions to vexing, multidimensional design challenges."
(Photos by Whit Preston)

Storbyhjem med svimlende højder og moderne arkitektur, iBOLIGEN.DK March 2017

Photo by Andy Ryan

...Why this year's Armory Show had record-breaking attendance, The Architect's Newspaper March 2017

"Bade Stageberg Cox Architects designed the layout of the show and the New York firm was on hand to remind visitors how effective the Miesian principle, “less is more” can be. The result was a more fluid and dynamic experience of The Armory Show." (Photo by Andy Ryan)

The political present: A report from The Armory Show 2017, Ocula March 2017

"The fair continues to sprawl across 250,000 square feet on Piers 92 and 94, which stretch into the Hudson River on Manhattan's Upper West Side. But architectural firm Bade Stageberg Cox was brought in for The Armory's 2017 edition to give the layout a complete redesign. This was a success, with the fair now feeling like a suite of interconnecting rooms rather than a huge, brightly lit tent. Genocchio also changed the way space was divided up, knowing that international art fairs of this scale (and somewhat modestly The Armory Show claims to be 'New York's premier art fair') need to be partitioned in one way or another if only to overcome visitors' viewing fatigue."

L'Armory fait son show à New York, Le Figaro March 2017

"Il était urgent de redessiner le plan de l'Armory show qui s'étend à perte de vue le long de deux grands quais, les Piers 92 et 94, sur les bords de l'Hudson. J'ai engagé l'agence d'architecture ultraperformante Bade Stageberg Cox qui a élargi les allées, aérées la disposition des stands en créant de belles vues sur le fleuve et donné plus de lisibilité au parcours en regroupant les modernes et les contemporains autrefois séparés», explique le directeur de l'Armory."

15 Finds at the Armory Show 2017, Whitewall March 2017

"This year, the floor-plan felt a bit more relaxed, designed by Bade Stageberg Cox. There is ample seating and lounge spaces (provided by luxury furniture brand Roche Bobois), and the refreshments and food offerings were definitely better than fairs past with services from Colonia Verde, By Chloe., Juice Press, Black Seed Bagels, Il Buco, and more."

Benjamin Genocchio on Making The Armory Show Relevant in Today's Market, Artsy February 2017

"Genocchio has removed another aisle in 2017—one that ghettoized a number of dealers on the left wing of Pier 94—and worked again with architectural firm Bade Stageberg Cox to further widen hallways and create more open spaces throughout the piers. The result should allow visitors better sight-lines and vistas when moving throughout The Armory Show, and it has allowed for an increase in the average size of booths that the fair offers galleries. But the director had other concerns, less immediately apparent to visitors."

Peek inside 13 exciting abodes from the Austin Modern Home Tour, Curbed Austin February 2017

Piers 92 and 94 to Stand Out at the Armory Show, The New York Times January 2017

Armory Show’s New Floor Plan Offers More Light and River Views, Artnet November 2016

"Brooklyn-based architecture office Bade Stageberg Cox has handled the fair design since 2012, and has signed on again this year. Among the firm’s other cultural commissions are New York’s Alexander & Bonin Gallery, the private museum called the Art Cave in California’s Napa Valley, and a recent redesign of New York’s National Academy of Design."

An Ironclad Gallery, The New York Times September 2016

At Home With Art Collectors Greg Miller and Michael Wiener, Observer March 2016

A Gallery Moves South, The New York Times December 2015

No Fair is an Island, Art Papers April 2015

Bade Stageberg Cox designs The Armory Show 2015 March 2015

Luminous Apartment in a Historic NYC Building, Dwell March 2015

Tour a Masterfully Redesigned Ladies’ Mile Apartment, New York Magazine January 2015

See an Airy Chelsea Duplex Created From Two Adjoining Apartments, New York Magazine November 2014

Best Seats in the House: 49 Refurbished Chairs Fill Times Square, Interior Design June 2014

Bade Stageberg Cox wins NYRP EDGE/ucation Pavilion Design Competition December 2013

Bade Stageberg Cox is selected to design the Armory Show for a third time, The Observer November 2013

NYRP invites Bade Stageberg Cox to participate in the EDGE/ucation Pavilion Competition, Archinect August 2013

Bade Stageberg Cox selected to participate in New York City's Design + Construction Excellence Program May 2013

Bade Stageberg Cox designs The Armory Show 2013 March 2013

White Space: The Architecture of the Art Fair, Archinect January 2013

The Armory Show at Piers 92 and 94, New York, Wallpaper March 2013

Bade Stageberg Cox featured in 50 US ARCHITECTS: Residential + Planning, Design Book 2012

Constructive Reuse: Street Seats, Dwell May 2012

Abandoned Chairs Given a Taxicab Yellow Facelift for the Armory Show, Inhabitat New York City May 2012

The Art of Designing for Art Fairs, Architectural Record March 2012

New York fairs put on their game faces, The Art Newspaper March 2012

Modernizing the Academy, The Wall Street Journal October 2011

The Armory Show Retools: Smaller, More Fun, Art Net September 2011

As Director Steps Down, Armory Show Announces Trimmer 2012 Edition, New York Observer September 2011

Townhouse Updated with Artistic Flair- In The News, eOculus September 2011

National Academy Reopens, Art Net September 2011

Flint Spark? Competition seeks to reignite dead Rustbelt building, The Architects NewspaperMay 2011

A Chastised Museum Returns to Life, The New York Times April 2011

National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts to Renovate Building, The New York Times June 2010

Bade Stageberg Cox: Beyond the Usual Approach, P.S.1 Summer 2009 Newspaper June 2009

Seriously New: Design Awards - Projects, eOculus June 23, 2009

Art Cave, California by Bade Stageberg Cox, The Architectural Review May 29, 2009

Studio Visit: Bade Stageberg Cox, Architect's Newspaper May 2009

Sustainable Blow Up, Fabric Architecturer May 2009

PSi Summer Blow-Up, Archiworld April 2009

Showcase: Art Cave, ArchinectApril 2009

Art Cave in the Napa Valley, DomusSeptember 2008

2008 AIACA Awards: Art Cave, arcCAAugust 2008

Stone Circle, ArtforumJuly 7, 2008

Tes ori nel caveau, D La Repubblica delle DonneMay 2008

The Thin Line: Art's new horizons in the Wine Country, San Francisco ChronicleApril 13, 2008

Art collector couple builds museum-size cave in Napa for collection, San Francisco ChronicleDecember 3, 2007

Insider Art, The New York TimesDecember 2, 2007

Irish provide cutting edge US architecture, Irish IndependentNovember 21, 2007

California Collectors put their art in a cave, The Art NewspaperOctober 2007